I can't speak for Des Moines, Iowa, Saskatchewan, Chicago, or the Everglades - but in Henderson Nevada the weather was absolutely perfect today. We headed out to the Clark County Heritage Museum with jackets in hand but they were promptly tossed in the stroller (a.k.a. Mom's Pack Mule) and I was left wishing I'd applied sunblock all around.
This is a gem of a museum with a low-low admission price and really a LOT to see and tons of fun for the kids.
Here are some photos of my little museum-goers, squinting in the sunlight on this November day in the desert:
Joe, Cayna & Bethie on board a train
John, having missed his nap
My daughters in "jail". According to Joe, this was his favorite part of the whole museum. It is what he chose to illustrate to show Kevin later in the afternoon. But he never stepped foot inside. Maybe he just enjoyed locking up his sisters.
Cayna by the big red barn. Her favorite display was inside -- a waving cowboy.
Joe and his sunglasses